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Visiting Professor of Practice Peter Guffin

Internet Privacy: ISP Snooping and U.S. Surveillance Laws

By Peter Guffin, Visiting Professor of Practice

It’s hard to imagine a world in which the U.S. Postal Service is permitted to peer inside our personal mail, or gather and track the address and other data we place on our mail, and then use and sell what it learns about us…

Professor Deirdre SmithMaine’s Probate Courts: A window to the past and chance to move into the future

By Professor Deirdre Smith

Maine’s courts have undergone a substantial transformation during the last century and particularly in recent decades. The county superior courts and local courts have been absorbed into the state court system, which is now organized into districts and divisions…

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Maine Law in the News

Clinical Professor Chris Northrop (Photo Credit Martha Mickles)Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic receives additional funding from the John T. Gorman Foundation for juvenile justice reform initiatives

The Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic at Maine Law was recently awarded a grant of $83,000 from the John T. Gorman Foundation for an additional year of support for the Juvenile Justice Reform Project. The funding will further advance the work of Juvenile Justice Clinic founder and faculty supervisor Professor Christopher Northrop and his students.

Toby Franklin '17Tobias Franklin selected as a NextGen Fellow for ABA Center for Innovation

Tobias Franklin ’17 was recently selected to be a NextGen Fellow with the American Bar Association (ABA) Center for Innovation. He will be part of an inaugural cohort of four fellows, which will also include graduates from American University Washington College of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, and Suffolk University Law School.

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